The developments in Afghanistan also concern Prince Harry (36) and his wife Duchess Meghan (40). The Royal, who served 10 years in the British Army and made two frontline missions to Afghanistan, and his partner have spoken out about the return of the Taliban to power. The couple announced in a statement on their charity website Archewell: “The world is extraordinarily fragile at the moment. Since we all feel the pain caused by the situation in Afghanistan, we are speechless. ”
Harry and Meghan are afraid
But the couple is not only concerned with the situation in Afghanistan. The situation in Haiti and the corona pandemic are also topics in your article. Because it goes on to say: «While we are all watching the growing humanitarian catastrophe in Haiti and the danger of a worsening after the earthquake last weekend, we are left heartbroken. And since we are all witnessing the ongoing global health crisis, which is being exacerbated by new variants and constant misinformation, we are afraid. “
They find: “When a person or community suffers, so does part of us with them, whether we know it or not. (…) It’s easy to feel powerless, but we can put our values into practice together. “
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan also encouraged people to support charities in relation to the Taliban’s takeover in Afghanistan and urged “those in positions of global influence” to take action.
The prince had already commented on the situation in Afghanistan and demanded: “Veterans must now support each other”. (bang / paf)